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Travel restrictions eased in New York: 14-day quarantine can be skipped with COVID vaccine

When it comes to traveling restrictions are easing.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that domestic travelers who are coming to New York don’t have to quarantine if they’ve had the COVID-19 vaccine.

In the past anyone who came from another state would have to quarantine for 14 days. Now, the COVID-19 vaccine allows travelers to opt-out of that.


While moderate changes happened in New York- other states like Texas announced a complete rollback of COVID-19 restrictions earlier this week.

“Going to those states that are fully open, I would still be cautious,” Lynn Kistner, of Canal View Travel told 13WHAM. “I would still mask up and do your due diligence to make sure that you keep safe.”